2010 NCMS House of Delegates Actions: Resolutions

The NCMS House of Delegates took the following actions on Resolutions 1-11.  A more detailed summary will be published soon. 

RESOLUTION  1 – KEEP IMMUNIZATIONS IN THE MEDICAL HOME; REFERRED TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR ACTION.

RESULUTION  2 – OPPOSITION TO AUTOMATIC REFILL PROGRAMS; ADOPTED AS AMENDED

RESOLUTION  3 – BAN ON TOBACCO AND ALCOHOL SALES IN HEALTH CARE FACILITIES; REFERRED TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR ACTION

RESOLUTION  4 – HANDICAPPED PARKING REGULATION; REFERRED TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR ACTION

RESOLUTION  5 – SILVER ALERT; FILED

RESOLUTION  6 – COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE BY NON (MD/DO) PHYSICIANS; FILED

RESOLUTION  7 – MEDICAL GUIDELINES AND RESEARCH FOR MARIJUANA; REFERRED TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR STUDY AND REPORT BACK TO THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES

RESOLUTION  8 – OPIOID MEDICATION, LONG LASTING; ADOPTED AS AMENDED (with title to be revised administratively)

RESOLUTION  9 – RETAIL MEDICAL CLINICS IN FACILITIES SELLING TOBACCO PRODUCTS; FILED

RESOLUTION 10 – SUPPORT OF TOBACCO TAX INCREASE; REFERRED TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR ACTION

RESOLUTION 11 – SOFT DRINK TAX DEDICATED TO THE PREVENTION OF OBESITY;  ADOPTED SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT AND REFERRED TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR ACTION

 
 

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  • Legalization would have brought California state law incompatible both with federal law plus the international treaty that underpins the actual global war on prescriptions, the 1961 United locations Single Convention on Narcotics prescriptions. It placed marijuana with powerfully addictive drugs like heroin, a wrong-headed classification which became U. VERTS. federal law in 1970.